The Torridon highlands are a fairly remote area in the north west of Scotland, and the area has some of the most unique and dramatic scenery in the UK. The mountains tend to have steep terraced sides with broken summit crests split into pinnacles, so that the ridges provide excellent scrambling terrain and classic walking such as Liathach and the Beinn Eighe traverse.
We are staying in the SMC Ling Hut, situated on the south side of Glen Torridon. There are a number of 3000ft mountains in the immediate area, all easily accessible from the hut.
There is also the opportunity to tackle some of the country’s remotest mountains including Suilven, A’ Mhaighdean and Ruadh Stac Mor.